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    o2 sensor exhaust issue

    Ok, I dry fitted my new exhaust today and it looks like I need to extend this sensor fitting. What do I need to buy and how do I take care of this correctly?

    Also how do I secure this blockoff??

    Thanks!

    Thanks!


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    How do I secure this blockoff as well??

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocman View Post
    Ok, I dry fitted my new exhaust today and it looks like I need to extend this sensor fitting. What do I need to buy and how do I take care of this correctly?

    Also how do I secure this blockoff??

    Thanks!

    Thanks!
    Cut and splice.

    Blockoff?

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    I guess you could just use 5200 on the blockoff.

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    In the second picture JP. The block off is smooth and I dont know how to secure it so it would not pop out?

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    He Gave me a coupler that will fit on the inside. Could I just use a hose clamp butted up against the edge and sealant or?

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    5200 or ultra black the hell out of it then clamp...

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    The wire should be longer than that. Can you route it differently?

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    That wire must be able to move more. The riva waterbox is pretty much in the same position.

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    Speedski, Its possible. I did take a quick peek and pull on it some. I didnt feel any extra slack to pull it any further. Where does that line attach?

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